Lebanon doesn’t have laws for licensing different practitioners in beauty. It only encourages aspirants to finish high school and develop professional skills.
Massage therapists are not required to secure proof of professional training. Anyone skilled is able to perform relaxation techniques on clients.
Barbers in Lebanon can serve the public without formal qualifications. Aspirants only need high school education as the minimum requirement for professional practice.
Nail technicians can start serving the public after high school as long as they are skilled. The country doesn’t require any license from them to earn.
Beauty therapists have these skills and can offer these services. But Lebanon’s beauticians are not regulated, so anyone is free to provide any of these services.
Makeup artists with college degrees or high school education can work as professionals in the country. They are unregulated, so aspirants can learn skills through training or professional experience.
Professional training for hair is not mandatory in Lebanon. Aspirants are only recommended to possess the skills in any way they want and complete high school.